AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 120. Protecting Local Dark-Sky Areas and Sky Brightness as a Part of Education in Astronomy

Special Session Oral, Wednesday, January 9, 2002, 2:00-3:30pm, Georgetown East

120.01 Introduction: The Night Sky Back Home
A.R. Upgren (Yale and Wesleyan Universities)
120.02 Using ``Earth at Night" images in education
W.T. Sullivan (U. Washington)
120.03 Lighting Design and Ordinance Issues in Virginia
P.A. Ianna (NSF, IDA)
120.04 Issues in Outdoor Nighttime Lighting
D. L. Crawford (IDA, Inc.)
120.05 Light and Heavy Pollution
J.-D. Mulholland (Institut Azur Espace, Le Bar sur Loup, France)
120.06 What Astronomers and the AAS Need to be Doing to Curb Light Pollution
D. W. E. Green (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
120.07 Controlling Light Pollution in the Third World
J. Stock (CIDA, Merida, Venezuela)
120.08 Preserving Dark Skies: Do Astronomers Care?
D.R. Davis, D.L. Crawford (International Dark-Sky Association)

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